Spirit Club – a side project of Wavves’ frontman Nathan Williams – has released a new song called, “Still Life.”
Spirit Club is comprised of the aforementioned Wavves’ frontman Williams, his brother Joel Williams of Sweet Valley, and Andrew Caddick. In October 2014, the Williams brothers and Caddick released a pair of debut singles, called “Eye Dozer” and “Sling”, on 7-inch vinyl. So, far that 7-inch vinyl is the trio’s only release. But, according to Stereogum, this new song “Still Life” is the lead single of their yet-to-be titled forthcoming album, which will be released later this spring via Ghost Ramp.
Consequence of Sound compares the song to the group’s previous release, “Eye Dozer”, and goes on to state in an article that “Still Life” is “a woolly slice of surf pop boasting enough fuzz on its fringes to leave listeners just a wee bit dazed.”
Speaking of being dazed – in this case by 1990s nostalgia – the Jacob Turnbloom-directed video that accompanies the track features a series of clips The Simpsons and Saved By The Bell.
Check it out: